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These resources cost money, and student/parent will need to contact provider individually.

A+ Tutor

Club Z Tutoring

Huntington Learning Center


Singing Turtle

Sylvan Learning Center

Tutor Doctor

UNM Continuing Education

Varsity Tutors

Science Tutor - Sharon Barone, 513-309-6176,,
Rate: $40/hour

Mighty B Academy - Bethany Vazquez,, @mightblearning_education, 
Math, ACT/SAT Test Prep -
Bethany Vazquez, 817-690-1194

Below are several free or inexpensive online test prep options:


ACT 2020-2021 Practice Test (PDF)

SAT Practice Test

AHS Student Practice Test Center ( Password is bulldogs)


Make Sure You Take Your ACT/SAT

All schools across the nation accept either the ACT or SAT so it is your choice which one you want to take. You will need to sign up on your own. If you are on Free or Reduced Price Lunch you can get a fee waiver from the Counseling Office. 


Additional Testing


(Taken by 10th, 11th, and 12th graders)

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multi-aptitude test battery consisting of 10 individual tests.  Students receive scores on each individual test as well as composite scores based on the combination of individual tests.  Composite scores are given in the areas of Verbal, Math, and Academic Ability. Students who would like to join the military need to take the ASVAB. It is also a career exploration test so any student can take it even if they are not interested in the military.

 ASVAB Test: Definitive Guide         ASVAB for Dummies


(Taken by 10th and 11th graders. 11th grade testing is National Merit Scholars qualifying year)

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) test is a standardized test that provides practice for the SAT test.  It is also a pre-qualifier to enter the National Merit Scholarship Corporation scholarship program, National Achievement Scholarships for Outstanding Black Students, and the National Hispanic Scholar Recognition Program.  The PSAT provides feedback on student's strengths and weaknesses for study in college.


(Taken by 10th, 11th, and 12th graders)

The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program (AP) enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school.  Based on their performance on rigorous AP examinations, students can earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college.  Students are strongly encouraged to take the Advanced Placement exams.  Colleges look favorably at transcripts that have AP courses.  A Department of Education study reports that participation in AP courses is one of the strongest predictors of college success.  AP Courses are open to any student who wishes to enroll.

NOTE:  Each AP course requires a minimum of 1-2 hours of homework each night.  Plan accordingly.

AP Students     AP College Credit Search    College Board    Your AP Scores    Exam Day Policies    Practice AP Site

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ACT and SAT Waivers

Please note that students can receive ACT/ SAT waivers if they are on Free/Reduced Lunch.   If you have not signed up please visit the Link below to fill out an application